by Fr. Alexey Young
More than a decade ago, Hieromonk Seraphim Rose warned, . . . many of
the Orthodox hierarchs are going much too far in following Rome, which is following
the Western confessions. It will come to a disaster before long. Since
then, a majority of the Orthodox Churches have continued moving in the direction
of union with Rome. Here, Fr. Alexey Young, a former Roman Catholic, has expanded
and updated his popular booklet, Winds of Change in Roman Catholicism
, to explain why today's union fever places Orthodoxy at such great
risk. He appeals to Roman Catholics to examine the reforms which
over the centuries have cut their Church from its ancient roots, and strongly
urges his fellow Orthodox Christians to consider the consequences of uniting
with a Church so radically different in dogma and in Spirit.
Softbound. 95 pp.